Jobs, Productivity, and Local Economic Development: What Implications Does Economic Research Have for the Role of Government?
In: Readings in Urban Economics: Issues and Public Policy
Overview of the role economic and investment analysis can play in state and local finance. The impact of tax subsidies and property-tax abatements, geographic spillovers and other welfare economics issues, and the costs of economic development are cited.
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|This chapter was published in: Robert W. Wassmer (ed.) Readings in Urban Economics: Issues and Public Policy, Blackwell Publishers, pages 72-122, 2000.|
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